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Between the sheets Key stories to hit the news

Between the sheets Key stories to hit the news Between the sheets Key stories to hit the news Nurses say no to drug testing No more jail for personal drug Moves to introduce mandatory drug testing for nurses have been overwhelmingly rejected by members of the Royal College of possession in Nursing. More than 90 per cent of nurses voted against the proposal, Russia describing it as a gross infringement of civil rights. Calls for testing have grown amid concerns about rising illegal drug use and alcohol Russians will no longer be jailed for abuse among nurses. A recent British Medical Association report carrying small amounts of illegal suggested that more than 44 per cent of GPs and 56 per cent of drugs under a new law that came hospital doctors may have a problem with drink and drugs. May into effect this month. President McCreaddie, a Nurse and Senior Lecturer in Substance Abuse at the Vladimir Putin signed the legislation University of Paisley, said the idea of screening nurses was wholly in December, specifying misguided. ‘Mandatory drugs testing is like using a sledgehammer to administrative fines or community crack a walnut,’ she said. ‘What we need to do is educate and advise service for possession of no http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Drugs and Alcohol Today Emerald Publishing

Between the sheets Key stories to hit the news

Drugs and Alcohol Today , Volume 4 (2): 3 – Jul 1, 2004

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1745-9265
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Between the sheets Key stories to hit the news Nurses say no to drug testing No more jail for personal drug Moves to introduce mandatory drug testing for nurses have been overwhelmingly rejected by members of the Royal College of possession in Nursing. More than 90 per cent of nurses voted against the proposal, Russia describing it as a gross infringement of civil rights. Calls for testing have grown amid concerns about rising illegal drug use and alcohol Russians will no longer be jailed for abuse among nurses. A recent British Medical Association report carrying small amounts of illegal suggested that more than 44 per cent of GPs and 56 per cent of drugs under a new law that came hospital doctors may have a problem with drink and drugs. May into effect this month. President McCreaddie, a Nurse and Senior Lecturer in Substance Abuse at the Vladimir Putin signed the legislation University of Paisley, said the idea of screening nurses was wholly in December, specifying misguided. ‘Mandatory drugs testing is like using a sledgehammer to administrative fines or community crack a walnut,’ she said. ‘What we need to do is educate and advise service for possession of no

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Drugs and Alcohol TodayEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 1, 2004

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